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Notes about issue fonts_in_pdf_files in unstable

Identifier: fonts_in_pdf_files
Suites: stretch / buster / bullseye / unstable / experimental
Description: The internally used names/identifiers of fonts embedded into PDF files varies.
The order of embedded fonts can also be different.
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The order is only different if the date differs (set by TZ environment
variable for example). If the date is the same, then the font name
is reproducible. Difference in hour/minute/second resolution seems
to be irrelevant.
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The font name occurs in the /BaseFont field and in the /Fontname field.
The name is of the form XXXXXX+YYY where the XXXXXX part is the one that
varies and is called the subset_tag. It is generated in
texk/web2c/pdftexdir/utils.c function make_subset_tag() from an MD5 sum
over the font glyphs.
Packages in 'unstable' known to be affected by this issue:
(the 1/4 most-popular ones (within this issue) are underlined)

reproducible icon 13 reproducible packages in unstable/amd64: bacula-doc code-saturne flann form libu2f-server logidee-tools pasdoc pmw sollya soundscaperenderer weka yosys vite#

FTBFS icon 4 FTBFS packages in unstable/amd64: galax kicad mrpt ufoai

FTBR icon 36 unreproducible packages in unstable/amd64: ask asymptote avr-libc cafeobj canl-c cxxtest debmake-doc dia dune-common dune-localfunctions enblend-enfuse firehol gdcm gl2ps gnubg gnustep-make gprolog graphviz kannel-sqlbox liblog4ada libtheora libtommath libu2f-host live-manual manderlbot minlog mpich ocaml-atd paw python-escript rheolef systemtap tcode topal winff yacas

depwait icon 1 depwait packages in unstable/amd64: urweb

 

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